Bill Cole of Redlands, California. Bill was a member of the Strokers of Whittier car club, and he lived in Whittier before he moved to Redlands. After the war started, Bill worked at an Aircraft defense plant as a machinist and airframe fabricator, and in 2019 Bill's buddy Richard "Nobey" Noble told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that Bill was a man with many talents.
Bill Cole's Cars
Bill Cole's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster
Bill Cole's 1941 Ford 4 Door Sedan
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